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Beshoory Ties for Third at Bearkat Invite

April 3, 2018

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Scoring | Results | Schedule

Team Rounds Score
123 F
1.  Sam Houston State 285 287 285 857 -7
2.  UT Rio Grande Valley 290 280 301 871 +7
3.  Stephen F. Austin 298 297 286 881 +17
4.  Midland CC 302 300 298 900 +36
5.  UIW 296 296 312 904 +40
6.  Prairie View A&M 312 307 312 931 +67
7.  New Orleans 310 306 318 934 +70
8.  Houston-Victoria 309 318 319 946 +82
t9.  Texas Southern 324 321 324 969 +105
t9.  St. Thomas 323 310 336 969 +105

HOUSTON LEADERS
123 F
t3.  Pryce Beshoory 70 74 72 216 E
t15.  Andrew Gibson 78 75 72 225 +9
t61.  Tony Gil 69 0 0 69 ––
63.  Sam Elkington 77 75 0 152 ––

OVERALL LEADERS
123 F
1.  Jake McCrory
 Sam Houston State
70 67 70 207 -9
2.  William Holcomb
 Sam Houston State
71 72 68 211 -5
t3.  Pryce Beshoory (Ind.)
 Stephen F. Austin
70 74 72 216 E
t3.  Tennoshin Ogawa
 UT Rio Grande Valley
71 70 75 216 E
t3.  Jake Hendrix
 Stephen F. Austin
77 72 67 216 E

MONTGOMERY, Texas – University of Houston sophomore Pryce Beshoory posted an even-par 72 in Tuesday’s Final Round to tie for fifth with a 54-hole score of 216 at the Bearkat Invitational at Walden on Lake Conroe Golf Club.

Competing as an individual, Beshoory drained a pair of birdies on his first nine holes to earn his second straight Top-10 finish and his fourth of the season.

Sam Houston State posted its third straight team round of par or better to capture the championship with a score of 857. UT Rio Grande Valley finished second at 871, while Stephen F. Austin placed third at 881.

Sam Houston State’s Jake McCrory earned medalist honors with a score of 9-under-207 to finish four strokes ahead of teammate William Holcomb. Beshoory joined Jake Hendrix (Stephen F. Austin) and Tennoshin Ogawa (UT Rio Grande Valley) in a tie for third.

Redshirt freshman Andrew Gibson joined Beshoory with a 72 in Tuesday’s Final Round and tied for 15th at 225. Sophomores Tony Gil and Sam Elkington withdrew and did not compete in Tuesday’s play.


UP NEXT
Following the Bearkat Invitational, the Cougars will compete as a team in their regular-season finale at the Aggie Invitational at Traditions Club in Bryan, Texas, on April 7-8.


From there, Houston takes its first step into the postseason when it tees off at the American Athletic Conference Championships on April 22-24 on the Copperhead Course at Innisbrook Golf Club in Palm Harbor, Fla.

Perras looks to defend his American Athletic Conference Championships individual title from a year ago. With that championship, he became the first Cougar in program history to win NCAA Regional and conference championships titles during his career.


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